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ISIS fears fueled by contemporary Patriotism, addressed by terror expert

ISIS fears fueled by contemporary Patriotism, addressed by terror expert

Eric Licas

March 30, 2016

Belligerence and xenophobia will not prevent an inevitable attack on U.S. soil by ISIS inspired extremists, according to a presentation from CSU San Bernadino professor Brian Levin. Levin expressed concern regarding what he called the increasingly “vitriolic” nature of mainstream political debate...

ICYMI: ISIS and the issue of free speech

ICYMI: ISIS and the issue of free speech

Ryan Mancini

May 5, 2015

Given the now periodic headlines that instill disgust and anger, ignoring the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) is not an option. The recent video released Oct. 4 (Oct. 3 in the US) shows captive Alan Henning, wearing Guantanamo-esque orange clothes. The British aid worker is kneeled bes...

Matador News: March 19th, 2015

Matador News: March 19th, 2015

Matador News

March 19, 2015

ISIS claims responsibility for Tunisia attacks; NCAA March Madness begins, and Matador News reporter Stephanie Stanziano reports on the Journalism Department's annual Career Day. Anchors: October Primavera, Joanna Guzman, Eden Trevino and Sara Vong Producers: James Lindsay, Jacqueline Serrano and...

Matador News: February 25th, 2015

Matador News: February 25th, 2015

Matador News

February 25, 2015

Three men are arrested in New York for attempting to join ISIS; CSUN hosts a production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth" for local school children, and Matador News reporter Victor Park has the latest on the Metrolink train wreck. Anchors: Kelly Hernandez, Anna Akopyan, Jennifer Guzman and Brenda Cruz, Producers:...

Matador News: February 17th, 2015

Matador News: February 17th, 2015

Kyle Ghafouri

February 17, 2015

A Federal District Court judge delays President Obama's executive order on immigration; Egyptian warplanes send airstrikes into ISIS territory; more snow hits the mid-Atlantic states, and newly approved, genetically modified apples don't turn brown after they're cut.

Matador News: February 11th, 2015

Matador News: February 11th, 2015

Kyle Ghafouri

February 11, 2015

President Obama asks Congress to authorize a military campaign against ISIS, three Muslim students are killed in North Carolina, and CSUN students react to Jon Stewart's departure from The Daily Show. Matador News reporter Victor Park talks to CSUN Geography Professor Julie Laity about Santa Ana.

Matador News: February 5th, 2015

Matador News: February 5th, 2015

Matador News

February 5, 2015

Jordan begins airstrikes against ISIS; Sony co-chair Amy Pascal steps down, and CSUN students say they'd welcome soy and coconut milk at campus coffee houses. Anchors: Jacqueline Aldana, Lindsey Karlis, October Primavera and Nancy Tinajero

Matador News

Matador News

Matador News

February 4, 2015

ISIS has posted a video it says shows a downed Jordanian pilot being burned alive, and Greek activities at CSUN are cancelled because of past hazing problems. Matador News reporter Frankie Benkovic talks to Associated Students Election Chair Amber Bynum about CSUN's first Farmers' Market.

Campus Sustainability Day

Campus Sustainability Day

Gabriela Rodriguez

October 9, 2014

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hY72MlGG5sI President Obama is in Los Angeles; ISIS continues to move in on the border town of Kobane in Syria. Matador News reporter Charne' Ingram is in the Sundial Studio with Department Coordinator of the CSUN Institute of Sustainability, Sarah Johnson. Producers:...

Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

Matador News talks to CSUN athletic director Brandon Martin

Gabriela Rodriguez

September 17, 2014

The heat continues in Los Angeles, the Federal Reserve signals continued low interest rates, and President Obama says he's not ready yet to send U-S troops against ISIS. Matador News reporter Jasmin Dalton talks to CSUN Athletic Director Brandon Martin about the new Blacktop at the Matadome....

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